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Slightly hazy skies are expected across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) tonight and isolated showers are possible into Wednesday. Moisture could converge across our islands with showers Wednesday night into Thursday, inter-mixed with hazy conditions. The patch of haze is expected to clear during Friday and a few showers are likely across SVG.

Increasing northeasterly trades across the islands could become fresh (30 - 40km/h) Wednesday, with higher gusts Wednesday night into Thursday.

Unstable conditions with cloudy skies and light to moderate showers are expected to dip across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) tonight. Shower activity could be decreased towards Monday afternoon, with lingering instability and occasional showers during Tuesday. Stable conditions and hazy skies are expected across our islands by Tuesday night.

Gentle north-easterly breeze should gradually increase by early Monday to moderate/fresh breeze (20 - 35km/h), with higher gusts Wednesday night

Fair conditions become occasionally cloudy with scattered showers converging across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG), as a ‘deep low’ in the Central Atlantic Ocean propagates weak troughs creating unstable conditions across the Eastern Caribbean. Conditions could become stable with less shower activity by Tuesday afternoon.

Gentle to moderate (10 – 30 km/h) breeze could become calm at times, with a northerly turn. Gradual increase could be delayed until Monday with moderate north-easterly breeze

A low-level tough is expected to cross the island chain tonight with limited shower activity. A few showers are likely across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) during Friday and scattered showers could converge across SVG towards Saturday evening with isolated showers lingering into Sunday, ahead of another trough possibly approaching by night-fall.

Gentle to moderate (15 – 30 km/h) north-easterly breeze tonight could vary in direction during Friday, becoming gentle and north-easterly Friday night and gradually increase late Saturday. 

Slight to moderate sea conditions with north-easterly swells

Happy New Year to all...A few isolated showers are likely and slight haze should clear across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) this evening. A weak low-level trough is expected across the island chain late Thursday with a few scattered showers and a few showers are likely again Friday night into Saturday morning.

Gentle to moderate (15 – 30 km/h) breeze is expected across the islands varying in direction, from east south-easterly to east north-easterly over the next few days. 

Slight to moderate sea conditions with north north-easterly swells across SVG,

A few scattered showers are likely during the next 72 hours, mainly during tomorrow morning and around Thursday, as low level moisture and instability move across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG). However, dry and suppressive mid to upper levels will result in these showers being brief.

A weak trough across the Leeward Islands could occasionally spread some moisture southward and a few scattered showers are likely to break the ‘dry spell’ across parts St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) this evening. Hazy conditions could occasionally thicken, limiting shower activity and reducing visibility over the next few days.

Gentle to moderate (15 – 30 km/h) breeze could vary in direction from north- easterly to east south-easterly over the next few days.

Slight sea conditions on the west coasts and moderate conditions are on the east coasts of SVG, with rising northerly swells

A weak trough dipping southward across the island chain should push slightly cooler temperatures across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) tonight. Cloudiness could increase towards Saturday night and the ‘dry spell’ across parts of SVG could be broken Sunday, as a few scattered showers are likely and lingering into Monday between hazy conditions.

Moderate (20 – 30 km/h) north-easterly breeze could become gentle at times, turning south-easterly during Sunday and return to north-easterly late Sunday.

Slight to moderate (1.0 – 1.5 m) sea conditions with north-easterly swells on our east coasts

Visibility is occasionally reduced with haze due to patches of Saharan dust of varying intensity with no significant shower activity. A weak trough could dip southward during Saturday, with increasing cloudiness by night-fall and a ‘dry spell’ across parts of St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) could be broken with a few scattered showers during Sunday.

A dry-spell is a succession of at least 7 consecutive dry-days and a dry day is a 24 hour period during which the rainfall total is less than 1 mm.

Moderate (20 – 30 km/h) south-easterly breeze could become gentle at times, turning north-easterly Friday night

Visibility could be occasionally reduced with hazy conditions due to patches of Saharan dust of varying intensity, which could also limit shower activity to few isolated showers across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG).  

Moderate to occasionally fresh (25 – 40 km/h) east south-easterly breeze should decrease to moderate (20 – 35km/h) by Wednesday and become gentle by late Thursday,